Undoing Multiplication With Division

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Students explore the relationship between multiplication and its inverse, division. They will attempt to “undo” multiplication by dividing once, twice, or even three times.

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This lesson includes 3 videos for students to work through independently.

Multiplication and division, natural foes, are constantly seeking to undo each other. Students will attempt to reverse the effects of multiplication by dividing once, twice, or even thrice!

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